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#1 Posted : Wednesday, April 17, 2019 4:13:26 PM(UTC)

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Candlestick patterns are graphical depictions of human emotions in action. These patterns confirm the consistency of human nature. This is what makes them so powerful. In trading, you’re not forced to rely on some arcane, complicated mathematical analysis. Instead, you can focus on a handful of patterns that are extremely easy to identify visually on your charts. In this one-hour presentation, Steve will show you:

  • The three basic elements that define the Doji Sandwich setup
  • How to calculate your third-day profit of this three-day pattern
  • Why this powerful pattern will work on any chart... from the one-minute chart to the monthly
  • How to profit from the "Doji Secret"... the one simple "high probability" element
  • How to anticipate even greater gains with the "McMuffin Pattern" - a very common and high-probability reversal signal that usually leads to "mouth-watering" profits

About Stephen W. Bigalow

Stephen W. Bigalow possesses over thirty years of investment experience, including eight years as a stockbroker with major Wall Street firms: Kidder Peabody & Company, Cowen & Company, and Oppenheimer & Company. (Followed by fifteen years of commodity trading, overlapped with twelve years of real estate investing) He holds a business and economics degree from Cornell University and has lectured at Cornell and at many private educational investment functions over the past thirty years.

Mr. Bigalow has advised professional traders, money managers, mutual funds and hedge funds, and is recognized by many in the trading community as the "professional's professional." He is an affiliate of the "Market Technicians Association". (mta.org - A non-profit association of professional technical analysts) and a member of AAPTA, the American Association of Professional Technical Analysts. (aapta.us)

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